Cultural Shifts Move The Church Away From God

Church history reveals that over the centuries, the Western church has experienced and developed a pattern in which the church is moving away from God. What I have noticed from my research is that the subtle but fatal enemy to the existence of the Church has always been “compromise” and her attitude towards the inevitable […]

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Freedom of Religion and Marginalization of Religious Communities

The idea of a superior culture vs. an inferior culture is not limited to the criticism of a certain belief system abroad anymore. I have noticed two new trends in our society here in the U.S.: 1. Within the so-called superior cultures, non-religious people criticize and bully religious communities. This means if I do not […]

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Cultural Influence on Our Dependency of God

Some may find my statements less than agreeable, but the fact of the matter is, if you haven’t lived in a different culture, especially those cultures where ancient religions are practiced even today, you would not understand how culture could influence a religion both positively and negatively. Many of the things I used to do […]

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The Genesis of Boko Haram in Africa

Boko Haram is an African organization founded in Nigeria by Mohammed Yusuf and succeeded by Abubakar Shekau after Yusuf’s death in 2009. Haram means forbidden, therefore their ideology is based on what is forbidden in Islam. Boko Haram can be translated as meaning that Western education is forbidden, but its agenda includes many other things […]

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Obamian View of Islam and the Crusades

The beginning of the 21st century has marked the rise of Islam in its most violent form. Since the tragedy of 9/11, Muslims and Christians alike have become the victims of Islam. As a fog of justifications and excuses lingers over the western hemisphere’s view of terrorism, the dawn of a new era of Islamization in […]

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